I was quite ill for past 4-5 months since June/July, it was a flu that didn’t go away and just as I was about to get better, it came back again. Recently, I got better after my trip and started to meet people again, catch up with old acquaintances, meet new friends etc. Often the … More Take it with a pinch of salt
I met a friend last week, because his sister is interested to do something related to online shopping and asked if i could chat with her abit. I said okay – although honestly, I really did not know how or what I can help or advice her with. I am not like.. very successful (in … More The Millennial generation in work
Many people go around saying take risks, take risks. I was only able to understand what it really means when people say ” take risks” because it just sounds very daunting. Until Shu Ling shared with me this talk by Brene Brown. To take risks, first we need to allow ourselves to be vulnerable. … More Take Risks, Be Vulnerable
In order to be truly innovative, disruptive and visionary, we often need to bend the accepted norm a bit and color outside the lines. We need to push ourselves to a point of discomfort so we can go beyond our current boundaries to remain cutting edge and innovate over and over again. Innovation isn’t a … More Colour outside the lines
“Don’t be afraid to ask and work for something more, something better, and something that makes your heart beat doubly fast—rather than sticking with just what might be good enough.” We all know the paper bunny, here’s an article on Jaime, the founder sharing because today is International Women’s Day. These two lines, really spoke … More Sometimes you have to give up the good to go for the great.
Turning 30, I feel that the milestone is really for my parents. This year is also the year that I will move out of my home, and into a new one with Alvin. This is probably the biggest thing for me rather then turning 30, I would say is to move away from my parents … More Turning 30 thoughts.
I met up with Shu Ling that day, she always tells me stuff that makes me think and help to straighten up jumbled thoughts in structured order. I took away some stuff she shared and told me. One of which was how to decide easier. I asked her how does she do it? She chose … More What is your life philosophy?
I’m back here, to update what I been up to for… the last 10 days! Alvin and i took a trip to Korea – Seoul & Jeju. Jeju really surprised me because I really liked Jeju. Although I was feeling super tired and sick during the days in Jeju, I felt like it was such … More Seoul good for the Soul
I always wanted to write about some entrepreneur books that are helpful to me, currently I just picked up Big Magic by the same author who wrote Eat Pray Love. I forgot if I ever read it and even if I did, I forgot the contents. I actually wrote Play instead of Pray initially (you … More Big Magic
I guess Jack Ma is quite right, treaties made by businesses because businesses are never biased or closed minded. As long as there is “good”, needs and wants, it doesn’t matter what obstacles there is, it can always be resolved. Read Jack Ma’s Spec summit notes here : https://www.techinasia.com/best-quotes-jack-ma-apec-summit-2015-manila/